Conway The Machine and Method Man unite and spit bars on “Lemon,” set to appear on the upcoming “From King To A God.”
Conway The Machine has handily been one of the game’s most reliable emcees, and his run hasn’t arrived at its summit yet. Consider that he’s actually got a couple of activities on the way – – at any rate – – with From King To A God and his Shady Records debut God Don’t Make Mistakes on the way. Today, Conway came through to drop off another single from the previous, which is probably the hardest track we’ve heard in a moment. What else do you expect when you pair Conway The Machine with Method Man, who brags one the most honed streams in the Wu-Tang aggregate.
Their first joint effort “Lemons” is actually the thing you’d expect, with the two emcees taking to a dirty and bent banger. Over creepy pianos and crying organ tests, Conway walks through the track totally undaunted by the viciousness; you can everything except smell the gunsmoke through the speakers. Technique Man coordinates The Machine’s step with little exertion, getting into a razor-centered stream conspire and helping that energy through his whole stanza. “Simply leave it then, similar to the bouncer won’t give your kin access, individuals said they need that old Meth – – well this the prequel then,” he spits. Look at “Lemon” presently, and sound off – – is this one of the year’s best coordinated efforts up until this point?
Look, play my position, in the kitchen, I’m workin’
Whip it, bagging halfâ in fifties, hitâ the strip and I serve it
If it’s an issue, trust, I’m comin’ to get with you in person
With the extendo, throwin’ at you til I flip the suburban
All my businesses flourish, I’m on my way to my yacht
I put a six on the dock like Julius Erving